Ben McAdoo
Ben McAdoo
 
Search
Ben Mcadoo
Custom Search
Ben Mcadoo
 
 
 
 
 
Go Back

Smartphone









Free the Animation VR / AR
Play to reveal 3D images and 3D models!
Demonstration A-Frame / Multiplayer
Android app on Google Play
 
vlrPhone / vlrFilter
Project of very low consumption, radiation and bitrate softphones, with the support of the spatial audio, of the frequency shifts and of the ultrasonic communications / Multifunction Audio Filter with Remote Control!



 

Vectors and 3D Models

City Images, Travel Images, Safe Images

Howto - How To - Illustrated Answers

 

Ben McAdoo
ben-mcadoo-fired-new-york-giants/918289001/ https://twitter.com/AdamSchefter/status/937757023793504257?s=17 "Ben McAdoo's Biography"

View Wikipedia Article

Ben McAdoo McAdoo coaching the Giants in 2016Personal informationBorn: (1977-07-09) July 9, 1977 (age 41)
Homer City, PennsylvaniaCareer informationHigh school: Homer City (PA) Homer-CenterCollege: Indiana (PA)Career history As coach:
  • Homer-Center (PA) HS (1996–1997)
    Assistant coach
  • Indiana Area (PA) HS (1998–1999)
    Assistant coach
  • Michigan State (2001)
    Graduate assistant
  • Fairfield (2002)
    Offensive line coach and tight ends coach
  • Pittsburgh (2003)
    Graduate assistant
  • New Orleans Saints (2004)
    Offensive quality control coordinator
  • San Francisco 49ers (2005)
    Offensive line coach and offensive quality control coordinator
  • Green Bay Packers (2006–2011)
    Tight ends coach
  • Green Bay Packers (2012–2013)
    Quarterbacks coach
  • New York Giants (2014–2015)
    Offensive coordinator
  • New York Giants (2016–2017)
    Head coach
Career highlights and awards
  • Super Bowl champion (XLV)
Head coaching recordRegular season: 13–15 (.464)Postseason: 0–1 (.000)Career: 13–16 (.448) Coaching stats at PFR

Benjamin Lee McAdoo (born July 9, 1977) is an American football coach. He was head coach of the New York Giants in 2016 and 2017, after serving as offensive coordinator the previous two years under former head coach Tom Coughlin. He was fired on December 4, 2017,[1] following a 2–10 start; his 28 regular season games were the fewest by a Giants coach since 1930.[2] Prior to working for the Giants, McAdoo served as an assistant coach for several college football teams, as well as for the New Orleans Saints, the San Francisco 49ers, and the Green Bay Packers.

Contents
  • 1 Early life
  • 2 Coaching career
    • 2.1 New York Giants (2014–2017)
      • 2.1.1 Offensive coordinator (2014–2015)
      • 2.1.2 Head coach (2016–2017)
  • 3 Personal life
  • 4 Head coaching record
  • 5 Coaching tree
  • 6 References
Early life

McAdoo was born in Homer City, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Homer-Center Junior/Senior High School in 1995. McAdoo attended Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) and earned a degree in health and physical education. Later, he received his master's degree in kinesiology from Michigan State University.[3]

Coaching career

While attending Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP), McAdoo began working as an assistant high school coach in his sophomore year of college. He returned to his alma mater Homer-Center to be an assistant coach for the 1996 and 1997 seasons, then he was an assistant at Indiana Area High School from 1998 to 1999. McAdoo graduated from IUP summa cum laude in health and physical education.[4]

He then became a graduate assistant for the Michigan State Spartans football team under head coach Bobby Williams while pursuing a master's degree in kinesiology at Michigan State University.[4] In the 2001 season, McAdoo earned his first collegiate coaching position as a graduate assistant for special teams and offense.[3]

McAdoo was the offensive line and tight ends coach at Fairfield University for the 2002 season, in what would be the final season for the Fairfield Stags football team.[3][4] In 2003, McAdoo became a graduate assistant at the University of Pittsburgh under head coach Walt Harris and helped the team in the 2003 Continental Tire Bowl.[3][4]

After initially accepting an assistant coach position at Akron, McAdoo resigned to become offensive quality control coach for the New Orleans Saints in 2004 under head coach Jim Haslett. McAdoo interviewed with offensive coordinator Mike McCarthy.[3][4]

McAdoo coached tight ends and offensive tackles at Stanford for the 2005 spring camp, then resigned to be assistant offensive line and quality control coach for the San Francisco 49ers, reuniting with Mike McCarthy.[3][4] In 2006, McCarthy became head coach for the Green Bay Packers and added McAdoo to his staff as tight ends coach.[4] McAdoo coached tight ends for the Packers until the 2011 season, and then coached quarterbacks from 2012 to 2013. McAdoo was a member of the coaching staff of the 2010 Packers team that won Super Bowl XLV.[3]

New York Giants (2014–2017) Offensive coordinator (2014–2015)

In 2014, McAdoo joined Tom Coughlin’s staff as the offensive coordinator for the New York Giants.[5] In his first season as offensive coordinator, the Giants offense improved from the 28th-highest-scoring offense in 2013 under Kevin Gilbride to 13th in 2014. In 2015, the offense took another leap forward, becoming the sixth-highest-scoring offense despite losing starting left tackle Will Beatty, starting wide receiver Victor Cruz, and starting tight end Larry Donnell for most of the season due to injury.

Head coach (2016–2017)

On January 14, 2016, McAdoo was named the Giants’ 17th head coach in franchise history.[6] On September 11, 2016, McAdoo won his first game as head coach when the Giants defeated the Dallas Cowboys 20–19.[7] The Giants finished the 2016 season with an 11–5 record under McAdoo, tying the franchise record held by Dan Reeves for most regular season wins by a first year head coach. The Giants returned to the playoffs for the first time since 2011, but lost to the Green Bay Packers 38–13.

The Giants' 2017 season was marred by numerous player injuries and other known controversies, which included some players being suspended for team violations. McAdoo replaced Eli Manning with Geno Smith during Week 13, which ended Manning's 210-consecutive start streak. After a 2–10 start, McAdoo was fired by the Giants on December 4, 2017, along with general manager Jerry Reese.[8]

Personal life

McAdoo is married to his wife Toni, a fellow native of Homer City. They have a daughter and a son.[3]

Head coaching record Team Year Regular season Postseason Won Lost Ties Win % Finish Won Lost Win % Result NYG 2016 11 5 0 .688 2nd in NFC East 0 1 .000 Lost to Green Bay Packers in NFC Wild Card Game NYG 2017 2 10 0 .167 (fired) — — — — Total 13 15 0 .464 0 1 .000 Coaching tree

NFL head coaches under whom McAdoo has served:

  • Jim Haslett, New Orleans Saints (2004)
  • Mike Nolan, San Francisco 49ers (2005)
  • Mike McCarthy, Green Bay Packers (2006–2013)
  • Tom Coughlin, New York Giants (2014–2015)
References
  1. ^ https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/giants/2017/12/04/ben-mcadoo-fired-new-york-giants/918289001/
  2. ^ https://twitter.com/AdamSchefter/status/937757023793504257?s=17
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h "Ben McAdoo's Biography". New York Giants. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g "Homer City native lands third NFL coaching job". TribLIVE.com. May 19, 2006. 
  5. ^ "Giants hire Ben McAdoo as OC". ESPN. January 15, 2014. 
  6. ^ "Ben McAdoo named New York Giants head coach". New York Giants. January 15, 2016. 
  7. ^ "Giants' Ben McAdoo gets first head coaching win with 20-19 victory over Cowboys". USA TODAY. September 11, 2016. 
  8. ^ "New York Giants fire coach Ben McAdoo after 2-10 start". NFL.com. Retrieved 4 December 2017. 
  • v
  • t
  • e
New York Giants head coaches
  • Bob Folwell (1925)
  • Doc Alexander (1926)
  • Earl Potteiger (1927–1928)
  • LeRoy Andrews (1929–1930)
  • Benny Friedman (1930)
  • Steve Owen (1931–1953)
  • Jim Lee Howell (1954–1960)
  • Allie Sherman (1961–1968)
  • Alex Webster (1969–1973)
  • Bill Arnsparger (1974–1976)
  • John McVay (1976–1978)
  • Ray Perkins (1979–1982)
  • Bill Parcells (1983–1990)
  • Ray Handley (1991–1992)
  • Dan Reeves (1993–1996)
  • Jim Fassel (1997–2003)
  • Tom Coughlin (2004–2015)
  • Ben McAdoo (2016–2017)
  • Steve Spagnuolo # (2017)
  • Pat Shurmur (2018– )

# denotes interim head coach

  • v
  • t
  • e
Green Bay Packers Super Bowl XLV champions
  • 2 Mason Crosby
  • 6 Graham Harrell
  • 8 Tim Masthay
  • 10 Matt Flynn
  • 11 Chastin West
  • 12 Aaron Rodgers (MVP)
  • 16 Brett Swain
  • 17 Antonio Robinson
  • 20 Atari Bigby
  • 21 Charles Woodson
  • 22 Pat Lee
  • 23 Dimitri Nance
  • 24 Jarrett Bush
  • 25 Ryan Grant
  • 26 Charlie Peprah
  • 27 Anthony Smith
  • 28 Brandon Underwood
  • 29 Derrick Martin
  • 30 John Kuhn
  • 32 Brandon Jackson
  • 34 Anthony Levine
  • 35 Korey Hall
  • 36 Nick Collins
  • 37 Sam Shields
  • 38 Tramon Williams
  • 40 Josh Gordy
  • 41 Spencer Havner
  • 42 Morgan Burnett
  • 43 Michael Greco
  • 44 James Starks
  • 45 Quinn Johnson
  • 48 Cardia Jackson
  • 49 Robert Francois
  • 50 A. J. Hawk
  • 51 Brady Poppinga
  • 52 Clay Matthews
  • 53 Diyral Briggs
  • 54 Brandon Chillar
  • 55 Desmond Bishop
  • 56 Nick Barnett
  • 57 Matt Wilhelm
  • 58 Frank Zombo
  • 59 Brad Jones
  • 60 Curtis Young
  • 61 Brett Goode
  • 62 Evan Dietrich-Smith
  • 63 Scott Wells
  • 64 Adrian Battles
  • 65 Mark Tauscher
  • 67 Nick McDonald
  • 68 Jay Ross
  • 69 Chris Campbell
  • 70 T. J. Lang
  • 71 Josh Sitton
  • 72 Jason Spitz
  • 73 Daryn Colledge
  • 74 Marshall Newhouse
  • 75 Bryan Bulaga
  • 76 Chad Clifton
  • 77 Cullen Jenkins
  • 79 Ryan Pickett
  • 80 Donald Driver
  • 81 Andrew Quarless
  • 83 Tom Crabtree
  • 85 Greg Jennings
  • 86 Donald Lee
  • 87 Jordy Nelson
  • 88 Jermichael Finley
  • 89 James Jones
  • 90 B. J. Raji
  • 91 Justin Harrell
  • 93 Erik Walden
  • 94 Jarius Wynn
  • 95 Howard Green
  • 96 Mike Neal
  • 98 C. J. Wilson
  • Head coach: Mike McCarthy
  • Coaches: Edgar Bennett
  • James Campen
  • Dom Capers
  • Tom Clements
  • Jerry Fontenot
  • Kevin Greene
  • Thadeus Jackson
  • Mark Lovat
  • Ben McAdoo
  • Scott McCurley
  • Chad Morton
  • Winston Moss
  • Darren Perry
  • Joe Philbin
  • Dave Redding
  • Jimmy Robinson
  • John Rushing
  • Shawn Slocum
  • Mike Trgovac
  • Joe Whitt, Jr.


New Era Philadelphia Eagles NFL Sport Knit Beanie
New Era Philadelphia Eagles NFL Sport Knit Beanie
This knitted beanie features a unique team logo embroidered on the cuff. Keep you warm in winter.

Click Here to view in augmented reality

$21.88



Focus On: 50 Most Popular National Football League Offensive Coordinators: Kyle Shanahan, Gary Kubiak, Jon Gruden, Jason Garrett, Doug Marrone, Bill O'Brien ... Ben McAdoo, Jay Gruden, Bruce Arians, etc.
Focus On: 50 Most Popular National Football League Offensive Coordinators: Kyle Shanahan, Gary Kubiak, Jon Gruden, Jason Garrett, Doug Marrone, Bill O'Brien ... Ben McAdoo, Jay Gruden, Bruce Arians, etc.
This carefully crafted ebook is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. The Focus On books are made out of collections of Wikipedia articles regrouping the most informative and popular articles about a specific subject. The Focus On books are a result of a substantial editorial work of selecting and grouping relevant articles together in order to create a valuable source of information about specific subjects. This book does not contain tables, illustrations or illustration descriptions. Focus On (an imprint of OK Publishing) charges for the convenience service of formatting these e-books. We donate a part of our net income after taxes to the Wikimedia Foundation from the sales of all e-books based on Wikipedia content. You can access the original Wikipedia articles on the internet free of charge.

Click Here to view in augmented reality



1995 Jogo Hamilton Tiger Cats Lot of 9 Cards Eric Carter, Blaine Schmidt, Lou Cafazzo, Frank Marof, Hassan Bailey, Derrick McAdoo, Manny Hazard, Roger Hennig, Jude St. John
1995 Jogo Hamilton Tiger Cats Lot of 9 Cards Eric Carter, Blaine Schmidt, Lou Cafazzo, Frank Marof, Hassan Bailey, Derrick McAdoo, Manny Hazard, Roger Hennig, Jude St. John
You will receive the card(s) in the picture(s)

Click Here to view in augmented reality



MEGGE Women's New Giants York Sport POLO Shirt
MEGGE Women's New Giants York Sport POLO Shirt
There Are Five Sizes Can Be Selected.Fabric: 65% Cotton, 35% Polyester Fiber (bead Mesh Cloth).great Fitting And Great Materials Makes This Shirt A Must. Stretchy Material Has The Comfort Or A Tee Shirt With The Added Colar That Are Requirements.

Click Here to view in augmented reality



Shane
Shane
A weary gunfighter attempts to settle down with a homestead family, but a smoldering settler/rancher conflict forces him to act.

Click Here to view in augmented reality

$5.58
-$3.41(-38%)



MEGGE Women's New Giants York Stretchy Short Sleeves Classic Pirque Polo Shirt
MEGGE Women's New Giants York Stretchy Short Sleeves Classic Pirque Polo Shirt
There Are Five Sizes Can Be Selected.Fabric: 65% Cotton, 35% Polyester Fiber (bead Mesh Cloth).great Fitting And Great Materials Makes This Shirt A Must. Stretchy Material Has The Comfort Or A Tee Shirt With The Added Colar That Are Requirements.

Click Here to view in augmented reality


Twitter
 
Facebook
 
LinkedIn
 
 

 
 

WhmSoft Moblog
Copyright (C) 2006-2018 WhmSoft
All Rights Reserved